Holker Old Boys’ fantastic run of form in North West Counties League continued with a 3-1 win on the road at Daisy Hill last Saturday.

Sam Joel got the ball rolling for the visitors after only five minutes and Brandon Collins doubled the lead halfway through the first half.

Tom Dawson struck a third minutes before half-time and this is how the game stayed until the last minute when Daisy Hill scored what turned out to be a consolation effort in what was Holker’s fourth straight win.

Vickerstown picked up a point at home in a fixture they really needed all three from against Southport Hesketh who sit three points above them in the fight for survival in the Premier Division of the West Lancashire League.

Jackson Round put Vickerstown ahead just after half time but Southport equalised with only a few minutes remaining through Steve Thomas.

A Ryan Rodgers penalty couldn’t stop Crooklands Casuals losing 2-1 at Horwich St Mary’s Victoria in the First Division and Millom also lost by the same scoreline at home to Croston Sports.

Jamie Pattinson looked to have secured a point for Millom when he equalised with five minutes left on the clock but a last-minute goal from Ash Mills left the hosts empty handed.

Hawcoat Park and Askam United had the weekend off after their fixtures at Eagley and Haslingden St Mary’s, respectively, were postponed.

Division Two leaders prior to kick0off, Walney Island suffered a 3-1 defeat at Freckleton and it could have been more on an off day for the seasiders.

Kieran Sollaway scored for Walney, who were knocked off top spot by Rossendale, who ran out 3-1 winners at Storeys.

Furness Cavaliers beat Chipping 3-0 thanks to goals from Nath Shaw (pen) and Callum Lamb (2).

Dalton United’s game with Burnley United had to be cancelled when Burnley couldn’t raise a side.

In The Furness Premier League, Kirkby United thrashed Dalton United reserves 5-0 thanks to goals from Joe Kavanagh (2), Matty Bruce, Jack Gardner and Mitchell Smith.

Croftlands Park beat Holker Old Boys reserves by the same scoreline with goals from Jordan McGarry (3), Matt Dean and Martin Grundy.

A Jamie Cairns goal separated Haverigg United and Britannia, Walney Island reserves came away from Bootle with a 0-0 draw.